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Raven Wolf - Book 01 - The Wilds
Chapter Five


“Good morning Mr. Conner!”

Teddy comes to a stop having just been about to leave his apartment complex, he turning around and looking behind him to whom had spoken, spotting the shy girl who liked to keep her appearance hidden within many layers of clothing, he recognizing her as another tenant of the building he lived in and smiling when he sees her. “Hey Lumia, you’re up early today.”

Lumia nods her head. “Yeah, I’ve been having bad dreams, I keep waking up every five minutes. I thought that maybe taking a walk around the building would help.”

Teddy shrugs his shoulders. “You should really just stick to your apartment, you’re going to worry you dad wandering around like this.”

Lumia laughs at the comment. “Dad won’t notice, he sleeps like a rock!” She looks up at Teddy. “You’re up pretty early too, don’t tell me that you’re already on your way to work?”

Teddy nods his head. “Afraid so.”

Lumia grins at the information. “You must have a pretty important job than, having to get up all early like this. So what do you do for work these days? Dad says you work security! Is that like, the security that works at the mall? Or a police officer or something?”

Teddy shakes his head no. “No, my job is a little more involving then that.”

Lumia’s eyes brighten. “So then something like a body guard then!”

Teddy shrugs his shoulders. “Yeah, I suppose you could call it that.”

Lumia looks to want to know more. “Oooh!! Is it a celebrity? Are they rich? Famous? Is it a girl? If it’s a girl I bet that she’s really pretty right?”

Teddy shakes his head to all of her questions. “Come on Lumia you’re going to make me late for work, go on back home before your dad wakes up and starts panicking when he finds you missing.”

Lumia doesn’t seem interested in doing that. “Ok fine... I’ll go back home, but only if you tell me if she’s pretty or not!”

Teddy laughs at the question. “Yeah alright she’s pretty.”

Lumia seems pleased to hear this information. “I knew she was pretty! All the pretty celebrities need bodyguards all the time!”

Teddy lifts his hand pointing down the hall. “Now go home before you get into trouble.”

Lumia nods her head as she does as she is told, starting to make her way back to her apartment. “Ok Mr. Conner! I hope you have a good day!” She begins to make her way up the stairs, stopping halfway up them for a moment as she kneels down and starts digging through her pockets, her innocent and oblivious act done at that.

The computer on her arm speaks up. “-You know Mr. Conner could get in big trouble if anyone finds out about this-”

Lumia takes a cell phone from her pocket. “He’ll be fine, even if someone does find out he’s completely oblivious. How much trouble could he get in if he doesn’t even know what’s going on?” She begins to press buttons on the phone she is holding, the sound of Teddy starting his car and heading if to work now coming from its speakers. “Perfect!”

“-You are crossing a lot of personal boundaries by doing this you know, you can’t just invade someone’s privacy and listen to everything they do-”

Lumia frowns at the voice, she getting annoyed with the nagging. “Oh stop your whining! This is important.”

*******


Yula opens his eyes when he hears the alarm signalling for him to wake up and begin his day as scheduled, the black wolf pushing himself out of bed, stretching his body and yawning before looking around his room, it looking exactly the same as the one he had been placed in when in the other facility.

He gets up walking to the door of his room looking out of it, there on a chair outside his room sat a grey female wolf that held a lot of resemblance to his previous guard Teddy. Yula speaks up, greeting her in a pleasant tone. “Good morning Miss. Conner!”

Dolly Conner looks up from the book she had been reading, glancing back at Yula. “Good morning.” She then turns back to her book continuing to read it.

Yula lets out a sad sigh at this action, this was the same reaction she had greeted him with the day before. Yula having hoped that Teddy’s sister would be a casual conversationalist like Teddy had been.

Yula takes a deep breath not willing to give up yet, perhaps Dolly was shy, he just needed to figure out a way to break the ice. He turns back to her looking her over for a moment, spotting a matching bracelet and necklace made of wooden beads around her wrist and neck. “I like your jewellery, is that what’s in fashion now-a-days? I saw a girl once that had similar stuff on her… though… that was in a dream, so maybe that doesn’t count.”

Dolly doesn’t look up from her book as she explains. “It’s far from fashionable, at least in this city. Nor are they considered a fashion statement where they originate, they are spiritual charms meant to show respect to my spirit guide.”

Yula seems interested, not knowing much about that. “Really? Teddy doesn’t have stuff like that.”

Dolly nods her head well aware of that. “Of course not, Teddy does not believe in the spirit guides, he also finds wearing such things embarrassing. Though he’s not afraid to admit that he comes from wild decent he certainly is afraid to show it. He has no pride in his culture what so ever.”

The air once again falls silent, that topic of conversation ending at that. Yula frowning as he tries to think something else up, he looking back to the gray wolf. “You know you’re really pretty!”

Dolly frowns as she turns a page in her book continuing to half ignore him. “Keep it to yourself.”

Yula lets out another sigh, getting to know his new guard was not going to be easy, even if she was related to his previous one.

*******


Teddy looks back towards the cell that right now holds Iuana, the white wolf pacing around her confinements searching for a way that she could possibly get out. She glancing over at Teddy for a moment when she realizes that he is looking her way, Iuana ignoring him and continuing to inspect her cell.

Zack grins as he looks over to Teddy, he also catching onto the fact that he was watching her. “It’s too bad she’s a wild, she’s a pretty little thing isn’t she?”

Teddy looks away from Iuana back to Zack. “Stop talking like being a wild is one of the worst things on earth.”

Zack crosses his arms. “Alright so you disagree with my point of view on wilds, but you don’t deny that you think she’s nice to look at.”

Teddy looks away from him not granting him a response, Zack continuing to speak. “You know white is a very pretty colour, you don’t find many gals sporting that, especially a pure white coat like hers. It’s also pretty popular with the guys, because when you do find a girl with a coat like that they’re already taken. I bet you she’s the same, some wild back where she lives is probably pretty upset to have her gone.”

Teddy shakes his head no, he certain that not the case. “She’s not taken, she doesn’t have the tattoo.”

Zack seems confused. “Tattoo?”

Teddy looks back to her. “You keep saying it don’t you? She’s a wild, if she was married or betrothed she would have a tattoo on her shoulder that symbolizes that. My parents both have the tattoo and they insist that me and my sister get them as well when we get married.”

Zack laughs at the information. “A tattoo on your arm? It’s going to be pretty hard to hide that now isn’t it! You’ll be wearing long sleeved shirts for the rest of your life! That’s going to be pretty funny you know that right?”

Teddy lets out a heavy sigh. “Yeah… ha, ha… real funny…”

Zack pats Teddy on the back. “Although I guess that’s good for you! No worries about some wild going after you if he were to find out how much you like looking at her!”

Zack continues to chuckle to himself, that stopping when a voice over his radio catches his attention. “Magellan, you are needed in the General’s office ASAP”

Zack lets out a groan, as he responds to the radio. “Again? Come on Loui don’t you trust me out of your sight for a few hours.”

Teddy looks over to Zack, though he knew Louis to be General Mort’s first name is had never heard anyone call him by it or any variation of it before. “You’re on a first name bases with General Mort?”

Zack frowns as he looks back to Teddy. “Don’t think too much into it, it’s really nothing.”

He looks back to the soldier that had brought General Mort’s order to his attention. “Right then, let’s get this over with. I’m on my way there now.” He looks back to Teddy pointing his hand at him like a gun. “Don’t you go getting any ideas while I’m away lover boy.”

Teddy frowns at the comment, he not saying anything back in hopes due to not getting a reaction that the topic would be dropped and never come up again.

Iuana watches Zack leave, she then looking over to Teddy once he has left. “Why would you want to hide your tattoo if you had one? You don’t seem the type that would run around on your wife.”

Teddy quickly looks back to her trying to clear up the situation. “No, no, no! It’s nothing like that. It’s just embarrassing that’s all.”

Iuana places her hand on her hip, she not seeing it. “How is it embarrassing?”

Teddy continues to try and explain. “Hey I’m not saying it’s bad for you or any of your people. For wilds it’s perfectly fine… it just that for domestics it’s pretty weird. It takes a lot for a guy like me with the bloodline of wilds to fit in as it is, something like that would just make it even harder.”

Iuana stares at him, not understanding him. “If you are uncomfortable living as what you were born to be than why do you continue to stay with the domestics? To live a life hiding who you are because you will be hated, or to be embarrassed by your own blood… it does not sound like you live a very happy life.”

Teddy turns away from her she actually right for the most part. “Most wilds that live with the domestics don’t.”

Iuana looks down toward her feet, that rather upsetting. “The wilds that follow the rules of the domestics… are still treated like outcasts…? Even though they have sided with the domestics to leave peacefully and not start conflict…”

She closes her eyes shaking her head. “That is terrible.”

A security officer approaches Iuana’s cell, a confused look filling his face when he sees that only one of her guards is present. “Where’s Magellan?”

Teddy looks over to his fellow security officer as he explains. “He was called to General Mort’s office.”

The security officer nods his head, Magellan often being called there. “Alright then, when he gets back I need you two to escort subject #2800356 to room three thirteen.”

Teddy nods his head. “Understood.”

Iuana lets out a growl as she yells over at the man that had just finished speaking to Teddy. “Asking me questions again then? Don’t expect anything different from what I told you the last time you put me in that room!”

*******


Eve sits in the break room of the museum, drinking her tea from a mug as she tries to ignore the overpowering smell of overly strong coffee that came from the mug of the person that sat across the table from her, Fitz holding a TV remote in his hand as he flicks through channels on the staff room’s TV, he staying on a channel for hardly a second before flipping to the next one.

Eve’s bares her teeth, her left ear twitching in annoyance every time she hears the channel being changed. “Fitz… do you really have to do that?”

Fitz doesn’t look back at her as he continues flipping through the channels. “I’m looking for something good to watch.”

Eve yells back at him. “You’re never going to find anything if you never watch more than a second of each channel!!”

Fitz stops on one of the channels, the image of a large juicy steak from a food commercial catching his attention. “Hey that looks good…” He then resumes flipping through the channels once the commercial is done playing.

“Stop it Fitz!” Fitz continues going through channels just as quickly as before. “Fitz!!” Fitz doesn’t look to have heard her, he still going through the channels. “Don’t ignore me!!

Eve reaches across the table forcefully taking the TV remote from him, she unable to stand it anymore. “Alright that’s enough already!!”

“Hey what’s the big deal?! I haven’t found anything yet.” He looks back at the TV, the TV’s image displays the picture of a reporter sitting at her news desk. “Aww and you stopped in it on the news too…”

The news anchor begins her report. “Kit Milford, son of Governor Milford, was killed Wednesday night in a tragic attack. Though the death happened two days ago Governor Milford chose to keep the information from the public for fear of complications to the election that was taking place the day after Kit died.”

Fitz looks back to the TV. “Hu…? Kit was killed? He was such a cute little kid too.”

Eve stares back at Fitz. “You know Governor Milford’s son?”

Fitz shrugs his shoulders. “Not really, I only met him a few times, I don’t actually know him. His dad takes him to the museum every time we have one of those new kid geared exhibits. Real nice kid, prone to climbing the exhibits sure but really what kid isn’t. He always loved hearing me talk about my adventures to exotic far off lands, although in all honestly who wouldn’t love hearing me talk?”

Eve glares over at him. “I for one can’t stand hearing you talk, be they about your exploits or not.”

The reporter continues. “Governor Milford’s son was killed by wilds when attending a meeting that was intended to bring peace. No further information concerning his death or actions in regards to this declaration of war has been released.”

Eve’s eyes widen, this information catching her attention, Yula had mentioned a young boy in his dream, one of mountain lion decent, the governor of their city exactly that. “He was the boy in subject 1502’s dream…” She looks back to the TV screen, a picture of the child in question right now being displayed on it.

Fitz frowns at the information from the reporter. “I find that hard to believe… I’ve dealt with wilds a lot on my travels, and yeah, they can be pretty merciless against people that attack them, but over all they’re a pretty peaceful people, and even if they did declare war they would never do it in such an underhanded way.”

Eve looks back to Fitz, Fitz was completely right, from when she had heard from General Mort the whole ordeal had been a trap meant to try and secure the leader of the tribe in question, and Kit had been killed by someone in the military, not by one of the wilds. For them to use the governor’s son like that, they spared no expense in making it so that the farce seemed as real as possible. “How unfortunate…”

*******


Teddy and Zack stand behind Iuana who is right now seated on a chair with her wrists shackled to the arms of the chair to keep from attacking, a man in a white coat sitting across from her and questioning her. “We found what was hidden in the Eden of North.”

Iuana frowns snapping back to the man that spoke to her. “I told you already, I don’t know of any place called by that name.”

The man continues ignoring Iuana’s comment. “Unfortunately what we found was incomplete, the most vital part, whatever it is that acts as a power source, was nowhere to be found.”

Iuana raises her voice. “I just said I have never heard of that place! How would I know anything about something you found in it!?”

The man in the white coat sighs. “Alright then, let’s move onto the next set of questions. Where is the current location of your pack?”

Iuana’s stare turns into the most hateful glare the scientist had ever seen in his life, the man jumping back when he sees it, Iuana speaking to him in a threatening manner. “I don’t care how long you keep me locked away or what you do to me, I will never give you such precious information. If you dare to ask me that question again you will regret it!”

Zack holds his hands behind his head, an amused smirk on his face. “You gotta hand it to her, of all the negative things this girly is a snitch isn’t one of them.”

Another man in a white lab coat enters the room, he looking to Zack and Teddy. “This session is finished, return her to her room.”

*******


Teddy rubs the back of his sore neck, today had felt longer than usual for some reason. Zack pats him on the back getting his attention. “So then lover boy, what’s the plan? All I’ve figured out so far in your plans, is that you’re going to chat her up nice and smooth to get her to like you. What you going to do after that though, train her and try to make her into a domestic? If that’s the plan you’re going to have a pretty hard time doing it, you’d probably have better luck running away with her and trying to get past the military.”

Teddy looks back to Zack. “Just because I treat her respectfully and she treats me nicer than she does you doesn’t mean anything.”

Zack crosses his arms. “Okay I get it, she’s too much of a wild for you. That’s fine I think the exact same way, but still.” He looks back to Teddy. “You’ve got to admit, she’s grown pretty found of you, you’re the only one she doesn’t great with a murderous snarl.”

Teddy is a little embarrassed by this information. “Don’t you have anything better to do with your time than harass me all day?”

Zack frowns an annoyed look now filling his face. “I sit on a chair all day in front of a cage, so no.”

Teddy looks at him with an annoyed expression. “Bring a book.”

Zack laughs as he passes by Teddy beginning on his way. “I might just do that. See you tomorrow Romeo.”

Teddy gets back to gathering his things so that he could start heading home, Teddy finding himself thinking back to the interrogation he had stood through. “The Eden of North… I wonder what that’s about. Isn’t that a bunch of ruins in a country far from this one? I didn’t think a place like that would relate to any of the tribes around here.”

*******


Dolly looks up from her book, looking up to a clock on the wall and reading the time, she getting up from her chair as to leave to go home for the day.

Yula notices that Dolly had gotten up to leave, he getting to his feet and walking to the door of his room, calling out to her before she left to go home. “Goodnight Miss. Conner!”

Dolly doesn’t stop walking. “Goodnight.”

Yula sighs as he watches her leave, Teddy’s sister was really not a very easy person to get to know. He walks back to his bed flopping back onto it and stares at the ceiling, being stuck in the room all day was boring. It wasn’t as bad with Teddy, because Teddy would let him out to stretch his legs every once and a while, not to mention that when he was in the room Teddy had no problem talking to him to keep him from feeling so bored and lonely. Never in his whole stay in this building had he ever had a guard as nice as Teddy, so it was disappointing to have him gone.

Yula sighs as he rolls over, pulling his sheets over him and preparing to sleep, there really nothing else for him to do. “I hope I have another strange dream… then at least something interesting would have happened.”

*******


A scientist stands in front of General Mort, he giving him his report. “Judging from the way she responded she really has no idea of what was found in the Eden of North, or even of that place in general. I don’t believe that she is lying about that.”

General Mort frowns at the information. “What about the location of her father and the rest of her pack? Did she say anything about that?”

The scientist shakes his head. “She refused to say anything, and judging from her reaction to the question she’s not going to be giving us the information anytime soon, at least not without more drastic measures being taken.”

General Mort snarls at the information. “And those drastic measures can’t be taken can they?”

The scientist nods his head. “As you know she’s an endangered species, part of a bloodline thought to have gone extinct hundreds of years ago. We couldn’t even put her in a jail cell because of this fact and instead have to keep her here. There’s not a lot we can actually do to her within the law, and we’re being watched closely in regards to her so we can’t step out of line with this one.”

General Mort thinks the situation over, there had to be something that could be done. “A tracker… those are permitted, even necessary on endangered species correct?”

The scientist nods his head. “Well… yes… only under the circumstances that you are willing to release the animal in question out into the wild.”

General Mort smiles at the information. “Well, why not. If we do that she’ll head straight home won’t she? If she’s being tracked while she does that she’ll lead us straight to her father and the rest of her pack.”

The scientist stares back at him, although that would work in theory there were still problems with the idea. “She’s a wild, not a wild animal. If we release her she’s going to suspect that something is amiss and my not go back home at all.”

General Mort nods his head, indeed seeing the problem the scientist spoke of. “We’ll just have to think of a scenario that won’t have her thinking in such a way. Maybe let her escape, that way she’ll think that she would have gotten out on her own. She’ll be more than likely to return back to her home then wouldn’t she?”

“Do you really think that something like that will work?”

General Mort looks back to him. “There’s no saying for certain, but we have very little options available to us. Besides, if the venture does turn out to be fruitless we can always just catch her again and bring her back in. She will have a tracker on her after all, we’ll know her location no matter where she goes.”
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Raven Wolf - 01 - The Wilds - Chapter 04
Raven Wolf - 01 - The Wilds - Chapter 06
Due to human negligence the world as we know it has ended and been reborn. The animal spirits that guide man giving them the forms of animals so that they would be able to survive in this new wilderness. Though now carrying the form of beasts man has not forgotten the place they once had, as an existence greater then just what nature wanted of them, an existence above all.

Those that worked to gain their humanity are known as domestics, while those who wished to follow the rolls the spirits had given them were known as wilds. Both groups grew arrogant and hateful of one another, the wilds saw the domestics as selfish monsters, for they were returning to the ways that had once destroyed the world, while the domestics saw the wilds as primitive beings afraid of progress, they no better than wild animals.

The raven and the wolf spirits grew tired of the destruction and fighting, and sided with the wilds in their ideals, the domestics only capable of further destroying nature. In their anger they marked a tribe of wilds with a curse, they being removed from the sacred circle of life, unable to hunt or grow their own food, their souls never able to move on while their bodies are unable to return to the earth when they died. The curse upon them only broken once the domestics are gone once and for all. The cursed tribe now known to all by the name of the spirits whom cursed them. ‘Raven Wolf’

Keywords
male 647,094, female 527,255, fox 136,909, wolf 112,411, raccoon 20,628, vixen 16,143, wolves 3,068, catgirl 2,955, raven wolf 328
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